Paris Saint-Germain FC Logo

Paris Saint-Germain FC (new logo)


Paris Saint-Germain FC logo
Paris Saint-Germain FC logo

About Paris Saint-Germain FC Logo

The logo presented is circular with a thick outer band and a central design. The outer band is a deep blue and contains white capitalized text at the top and bottom. The top text reads "PARIS" while the bottom text reads "SAINT-GERMAIN". There is a small, stylized fleur-de-lis symbol in gold located at the very bottom of the circle, centered between the two phrases.

Inside the circular band, the background is also deep blue, and there is a prominent emblem occupying the central space. This central emblem consists of three vertical elements: two outer red stripes and a thicker, central white stripe that curves outward at the top in an inverted U-shape, creating the impression of the Eiffel Tower. The white stripe also contains a white cradle symbol at the base, suggestive of a traditional Parisian boat, known as the "cradle of French kings".

Above the stylized Eiffel Tower representation, and just below the top blue outer band, is a narrower horizontal red band that caps the white central emblem. The central emblem with its red and white segments creates a clear contrast with the blue background, making the logo vibrant and instantly recognizable.

The Paris Saint-Germain FC logo is a sport logo made up of around 5 different colors.

The Paris Saint-Germain FC logo contains a number of different shapes, including 14 squares, 9 stars and 45 circles.

The Paris Saint-Germain FC logo is made up of a bunch of different colors. These colors include teal, red and silver. Beyond those 3 basic colors there are also 5 more specific colors found, these include darkish blue, faded red, khaki, pig pink and steel blue.

The Paris Saint-Germain FC logo is a Paris Saint-Germain Fc, Sports, France, Paris, Saint-Germain and Football Club logo.

Paris Saint-Germain FC Logo Information and History

The Paris Saint-Germain FC logo was first introduced in the 1970s. It featured a light blue football with a hexagonal pattern and thin white lines separating each segment. One of the hexagons was white with a bold red image of a clipper on it. The logo has been changed many times over the years, but the basic design remains the same. This page describes the evolution of the Paris Saint-Germain FC logo and the story behind its design.

Throughout its history, the Paris Saint-Germain FC logo has remained the same in terms of colors. Red and blue have been the dominant colors, with white as a secondary color. The shades of blue have varying from pale blue to dark blue, but in recent years the PSG logo has been painted with a neutral shade of blue. There is also a gold color added to the design. In addition to the new logo, the colors of red and blue have been tweaked to represent the new ownership and the club's status as a capital club.

The original logo of the Paris Saint-Germain FC changed in the 1986-87 season. The old logo had three vertical rectangles with white letters. Then the club changed its logo in the 1990s, focusing on a large P-S-G lettering instead. While the fan reaction was mixed, the new logo became a cult icon in the 1990s. In 1994, the club won the Ligue 1 title with the new logo.

Basic Colors

We've taken a look at the image and pulled out some colors that are common across lots of logos. The colors below aren't the exact colors found in the image, but approximations to common colors.


Advanced Colors

We've extracted the below 'advanced colors' from the logo. These should be much closer to the actual colors found in the logo. Our extractor tries to only take the main colors of the image and tries to ignore shading on anti-aliasing or shadows. This generally leads to better results, but in some circumstances you might find a few unusual colors being pulled from the logo.

Darkish blue
Faded red
Pig pink
Steel blue

Hex Colors

The below are the hex colors that are found in the logo. You can assume that these are the actual colors used in the logo. Our color extraction tool that takes the colors from the logo tries to ignore anti-aliasing and shadows, so you may sometimes find a slightly odd result, but this is rare. These colors should be very similar to the Advanced Colors, but you'll notice subtle differences. If you're interested in the exact color then use the hex, but if you're trying to describe the logo then use the Advanced Color or the Basic Color above.